Transforming Public Education with Making and Digital Fabrication

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By Maker Ed
Equity Focused

The white paper, entitled Transforming Public Education with Making and Digital Fabrication, summarizes the history of the maker movement, the current status of maker education and projects a path forward to adoption, quality, and sustainability related to broadening participation in STEM, and more specifically digital fabrication and making. The paper is framed in equity-based story-telling crediting the rich diversity of people and cultures that have contributed to the growth of the maker movement and digital fabrication, yet have not been recognized as part of the innovation and leadership that has built the movement to its status today. 

Age of Learner 
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